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Comparative effectiveness of various acids in removing calcium from milk films on stainless steel

Comparative effectiveness of various acids in removing calcium from milk films on stainless steel

Journal of Milk and Food Technology 35(6): 325-327

4 acids, hydrochloric, nitric, phosphoric and lactic, in 2 concn., 0.1 and 1.0N, were tested for comparative effectiveness in removal of Ca from stainless steel plates soiled with milk using 6 different soiling procedures. There were no significant differences among acids or concn. of acid.

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